Scribd reading service has surpassed 1 million subscribers

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Reading subscription site Scribd announced today that more than 1 million people have signed up for the service, allowing them to access its vast content library of books, audiobooks, magazines, newspapers, and graphic novels. The company claims to have “the world’s largest library of digital content,” and it has grown paid subscriptions by over 40 percent since last year.

Originally founded in 2007 as a way to share documents, Scribd later shifted its focus to being a reading platform, introducing a subscription for users to access its library of ebooks, which it later expanded to include audiobooks and graphic novels. The company throttled the plan in 2016 (users could read three ebooks and an audiobook each month), but it ended up…

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Written by Andrew Liptak
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